Engraving montage of signers of The Declaration of Independence
Curatorial DescriptionEngraving of The Declaration of Independence with an engraving of the signing with text and pictures of signers. Border of engraving is surrounding by small circular images of some signers and State seals. Formally entered into copyright 1841 by the Franklin Print Co. Engraved by D. Kimberly, lettered by J.B. Bolton. Frame is pine painted to imitate rose wood. Wood backing has a handwritten message in cursive by Elizabeth S. Platt, reading, "1922 This engraving was thrown out with waste papers from the attic of Mrs. Artiseme Skinner-Spencer - Guilford CT. Was rescued by Elizabeth Skinner Platt - Madison, CT. The frame was given by: Mr. Edgar G. Nalins - East River CT - and the framed engraving placed in the Madison Historical Society. July 1922, E.S.P."
; H: 11 7/8" W: 9 7/8" (sight) H: 15 1/8" W: 13 1/8" in frame.
Dimensions0.0000000000 cm. H X 0.0000000000 cm. W X 0.0000000000 cm. D X 0.0000000000 cm. L, 0 g Weight, 0.0000000000 cm. Diameter, 0.0000000000 cm. Circumference
Measurement Types: Item (Overall)